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Middletown Workers' Compensation Lawyers

After all the hard work and time you have put into your work, when you get hurt on the job, you deserve a Middletown workers' compensation lawyer who will put in the work to get you the recovery you deserve. The Law Offices of James F.. Aspell, P.C. workers' compensation lawyers have what it takes to help you win your case.


Workers' Compensation Lawyers Middletown, Connecticut

Workers' Compensation Lawyers Hartford. James f. Aspell, P.C. is the workers' compensation law firm in Middletown, Farmington, Hartford and throughout Connecticut that will fight hard for our hard-working clients. When you are hurt on the job, you need to file a workers' compensation claim and get a workers' compensation lawyer like the attorneys of James F.  Aspell, P.C. to fight for your full recovery. Call us at 860 523-8783 now to receive a free consultation to discuss your Middletown workers' comp case.

You are going to need the help of experienced Hartford, Connecticut  workers' compensation lawyers like the attorneys of James f. Aspell, P.C..  In Connecticut, most employers and insurers fight the full benefits to which you are entitled. You will often receive a Connecticut workers Compensation for 43 denying your claim for benefits.  In that situation you need a seasoned Middletwon, CT workers comp lawyer to step in to fight for your rights. Our aggressive and dedicated approach has won full benefits and great disability settlements for many clients in Mddletown, Hartford, New Britain, and all across Connecticut.

Jim Aspell's clients have recovered millions of dollars since 2006 with our help. We have a 5 star Google rating and a perfect 10 on Avvo. That and our utmost dedication to your case set us apart from other workers' compensation law firms.

Our goal  is to make you whole again after you have been hurt at work. As your workers' compensation lawyer, we personally file claims, fight for your employer to pay for all your medical care, ensure disability payments are made in a timely manner, file and  try many cases and settle many many more. We work with (or fight if needed) your employer and their insurance company to get the benefits to which you are entitled through your claim and especially at the end of the case. To get you maximum compensation, we relentlessly pursue your Middletown,  Connecticut workers' compensation coverage – and we also build cases against any possibly negligent third parties for further recovery beyond your workers' comp claim.

Connecticut  state laws provide that when you are hurt on the job, you are entitled to compensation for the following three categories:

  1. Medical care
  2. Lost wages
  3. Permanent loss of use of a scheduled body part

To have a chance at obtaining a full recovery and making sure your employer covers all your medical bills and pays all the workers' comp benefits you are entitled to after you are hurt on the job, hire an experienced Middletown, CT workers' compensation lawyer as soon as possible after you are injured. Our workers' compensation attorneys handle every aspect of your case from beginning to end and make sure that you get all the compensation available



What To Do When You Are Hurt at Work In Middletown, CT 

If you have a minor injury, you may very well receive coverage for your claim and return to work quickly, without the help of a lawyer. However, just as with any other insurance carrier, workers' comp may resist paying out what you are owed. If you have suffered serious injuries on the job, workers' compensation is failing to offer complete coverage, or your employer is punishing you for filing a claim, you must call James F. Aspell, P.C. . Our certified Connecticut  workers' compensation lawyers in Middletown will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve and protect you from retaliation. Call us today to discuss your case with one of our skilled workers' comp attorneys for free.

Steps to Take After Your Work Injury

When you become injured at work, the injury itself can be the least of your worries. The Farmington, CT  personal injury law firm specialize in making sure that the employer respects your rights under Connecticut Workers' Compensation law. Follow these steps to ensure that we can get you the recovery you deserve:

  1. Notify your employer. Under the statute, this notice must be formally filed within 1 year of the date of your accidental injury. Your claim can be denied if you do not file your claim with the employer and the Connecticut Workers Compensation Commission within the permitted time frame.  Also make sure to record the name of the supervisors who you reported the injury to. Also, write down the names of any witnesses and their phone numbers or other contact information. Keep track of your days missed from work and out-of-pocket expenses in a log so that your Hartford, CT  area workers' compensation attorney at James F. Aspell, P.C. can help get those expenses back.
  2. Get medical treatment for your injury. Connecticut law requires the employer to provide you with medical treatment, but there is a catch - the employer must first authorize the doctor to provide treatment. If the employer has not authorized the doctor to provide treatment, the employer will not pay for that treatment. Once the authorization has been given, the company doctor will decide what treatment you need. Make sure to report all aches and pains to the doctor, because sometimes the doctors who the employer has chosen will under prescribe treatment. The Middletown, CT area workers' compensation attorneys at The Law Offices of James F. Aspell, P.C. specialize in dealing with this problem to get you the treatment you deserve - physical therapy, medications, CAT scans, MRIs, crutches, splints, surgeries, therapy or anything else that will help injured workers make a full recovery.

How to File Your Workers' Compensation Claim

Although it may seem straightforward, filing a workers' compensation claim can be a complicated process and is often further made difficult by the injured party's relationship with the negligent party. However, those injured while on the job do have rights which should be addressed as soon as possible with an experienced Middletown workers' compensation lawyer.

It is important to contact a personal injury attorney with a winning record as a workers comp lawyer as soon as possible. You have just 360 days to formally  notify your employer of your injury by serving a Form 30C.  Then, you must undergo a complex claims procedure that can be difficult to manage alone. Instead of pursuing a claim by yourself, contact a Hartford Workers compensation lawyer for help. At The Law offices of James f. Aspell, P.C. our experienced attorneys offer legal guidance and personal attention at every step of the process. Call today to schedule your no-cost, no-obligation consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys. If you can't come to us, we will come to you. Call the personal injury law firm with a 5 star average  Google reviews in the Hartford, CT area today and learn how we may help you.

More often than not, insurance companies get away with not paying the total amount of injured workers' medical bills, cheating employees out of their lost wages, and arguing that they don't owe any money for injured workers' lump sum payments. Jim Aspell and James f. Aspell, P.C. legal team, your workers' compensation lawyers, know how insurance companies work and how they behave to avoid paying hard-working injury victims. In many cases, your claim may be denied completely. Whether your claim was initially denied or you have been offered compensation that does not cover the extent of your injuries, you need an expert work injury  lawyer who regularly litigates workers' compensation cases, has a good winning success rate, properly prepares for trial, and works with medical experts to support the worker's claims. If you've been injured at work and are looking to file a claim, our workers' compensation attorneys are ready to fight until you are fully compensated.


You have rights.


Your Rights As a Worker

State law requires most Middletown businesses to carry worker's compensation insurance. This insurance coverage is intended to protect employees if they suffer an injury at work. Workers' compensation laws require all Connecticut employers to provide this insurance coverage. While there are some exceptions to this law, most workers have the right to pursue a workers' compensation claim if they sustain an injury or develop an illness while doing their job.

For more information on Connecticut  Workers' Compensation laws, here are the compiled statutues.

If you need to report an injury at work, or if you have further questions about the Connecticut injury law process that involves a workers' compensation claim, our Workers' Compensation Lawyers in Middletown can guide you through the process to ensure that everything is completed correctly.

Workers Comp Benefits

What benefits can an injured employee seek? Workers' compensation insurance typically provides partial wage replacement benefits as well as medical care. People seeking compensation can file a claim instead of suing their employer in a personal injury case. In fact, most who suffer an injury at work are legally prohibited from suing their employer and must file a workers' compensation claim to receive any benefits.

James f. Aspell, P.C.  helps injured workers recover their full benefits under Connecticut’s Workers’ Compensation laws. Jim Aspell and our entire team have represented many injured workers to maximize their recovery. Our workers compensation lawyers personally file claims, fight for medical care, ensure disability payments are timely made, file and try hardship hearings and work with your employer and insurance company to get the benefits to which you are entitled. For any work injury, you get:

  • Your medical care authorized and medical expenses paid by your employer.

    Connecticut law requires that injured workers receive compensation for any medical expenses incurred as a result of workplace injury. As explained above, employers generally have the right to choose the doctor that you will go see. However, the experienced Middletown, CT area workers' compensation lawyers at James f. Aspell, P.C. have been successful in the past with getting workers treatment by a physician of their choosing for some treatment, including for the more involved procedures, like surgeries. Though it can be a difficult case to make, if you want treatment by your own provider you need to get aggressive representation like that at James f. Aspell, P.C.

  • Approximately 60% of your average weekly wage while you cannot work.

    Injured workers are due a scheduled percentage of the value of their wages while they are treated for their injuries. If an employer can provide the employee with labor that can be completed while on restrictions imposed by the treating doctor, then the employee must perform that newly assigned task until the restriction is lifted. Employers sometimes play games with job assignments for their injured workers by reassigning them to tasks that do not comply with the restrictions. Even worse, workers are sometimes fired for exercising their rights under workers' compensation laws. Both of these behaviors are illegal. The award-winning trial attorneys at Burger Law know how to deal with these games and will take employers to task for them so that injured workers can get the recovery they are owed under the law.

  • A lump sum (and tax-free) disability payment for permanent partial disability (PPD) or permanent total disability (PTD).

    The employer is only required to pay you for lost wages and medical expenses until you reach your maximum medical improvement. When the law says you will not get any better, the employer is no longer obligated to pay you any disability payments. At that point, the employer may offer you a settlement that is intended to compensate you for any diminishment in your capacity to work for the remainder of your life as a result of sustaining a workplace injury. Our aggressive Middletown area area workers' compensation attorneys  have recovered millions of dollars, including large workers' compensation settlements. This payment represents the last time the employer will compensate you for your injury, and with one of our experienced trial lawyers on your side, you know you can expect the best possible result: a large payment to help deal with your injury.

When injured at work, you should quickly get all of your benefits and return to work for minor injuries. Serious injuries can mean a big recovery with the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer. If your employer retaliates against you or does not provide you with the proper benefits, James Aspell will fight them in the workers' compensation division or with a civil wrongful discharge claim. Many Connecticut workers  do not even know they are entitled to this disability payment. Our workers' compensation attorneys only take a 20% fee on the disability payment when we win your workers' compensation case.

Work Injury Cases

When you are injured on the job, you need an experienced Middletown workers' compensation lawyer who is ready and willing to fight for you every step of the way, whether that is in your workers' compensation claim, a third-party personal injury or wrongful death claim or even going to trail to get you the compensation you need. The work injury attorneys of James F. Aspell, P.C. in Hartford and Farmington, CT will demand your recovery from any and all negligent parties. Learn more about the types of work injury cases we cover below.


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